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Posted by Ron on 03/23/2015
i was quickly served by a bartender after twice ordering beers. Then I thought, 'This is a good start... In working up an appetite. Why not put in an order for food?' In this case it was a chicken sandwich. Pretty basic, simplistic. Which to me defies why it took 30 minutes of waiting. After deciding I was done with the thoughts of savoring the chicken sandwich, I cancelled said order with a relieving bartender. The Brunette bar maide with a bob haircut could not have been more rude and unprofessional, opting to penalize me for daring to cancel an order by waiting until she fumbled her way through making three drinks (which she started AFTER I asked her for the check). When I politely asked her if she could just hand me the tab so I could begin filling it out, she snarled "I'M BUSY MAKING DRINKS!" There are too many other places to drink in that area to deal with that BS and the zoo-like atmosphere hardly made up for the crap service towards the end. Avoid this dump!
Posted by anonymous on 03/03/2013
Went once with a few freinds for drinks during happy hour and that was my last visit. Although I really enjoyed the atmosphere and interior design it's really hard to enjoy your visit, when you have a waitress telling where and why you can't sit in certain areas. They have a strict policy on seating. You aren't allowed to sit at certain spots if you are not buying food and if you want to remain there you have to keep the drinks coming.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/12/2010
when i first went there the waiter was very rude! I was like never am i going back. but i gave it another try and the waitress was hella cool and the wings is good! I go every sunday now the staff knows me and my friends cuz we go every sunday. the wings are the best
Posted by crihs on 01/29/2010
The wings are delicious and so cheap. They have a nice variety of wings. The beer is half price certain days. Their specials are great, but there runners, waiters are rude because they can. 20% of your total is added to your bill as a gratuity fee. Its pretty ridiculous considering I have gone there over 10 times in the past 3 months and 9 out of ten times the service is not good. It gets really packed as well. I think its worth the wait, but not the service.
Posted by nyjets112 on 01/19/2010
With all of the bars near Bleeker Street, you might as well save yourself the hassle and not waste your time coming here and spend your money somewhere else. The staff were rude, snotty and were in no rush to serve me and my friends, not to mention the food is nothing to write home about. If you want sub-par service and to receive an attitude from every staff member you encounter and on top of that be forced to tip 20% for it by all means this is the establishment for you!
Posted by Leslie R. on 04/04/2008
1849 is my favorite place on Bleecker Street. It's a restaurant, sports bar and lounge all in one. When I go there early for dinner it's a casual, comfortable place to eat. The burgers, macaroni and cheese, penne a la vodka and salads are all great. If I go there to watch a game with friends we get the 20 cent wings and the nachos. I like going there later in the evening when things slow down a little bit. The way the couches are arranged makes this a great place to hang out comfortably with friends and even get romantic towards the end of the evening. I couldn't imagine that in any other place on Bleecker Street. The crowd there is pretty good too, except for the Boston fans who sneak in occasionally. I always enjoy myself there. If only they served Chinese food and pizza I would never have to go anywhere else.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/17/2008
Atmosphere is the best thing about the place. Nachos were good. But I won't be returning b/c they charge a 20% required tip, when our waitress was clearly a 15 or 16%. While cheery, she could have been better on clearing our dishes.